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Who would be a better trainer for me Shoichi Funaki at the FunakiDojo OR Mike Quackenbush atthe
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Old 26 Dec 2012, 01:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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wrestlefactory? I know it doesn't really matter who my trainer is.I thought if i went to Funaki's school he could get me in to the Kai En Tai dojo in japan.
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I like Mike Quackenbush a lot better, but Shoichi Funaki is much more diverse in his style of wrestling. It depends on what you're looking for. Quackenbush has created at least five different wrestling promotions and he's a great technical wrestler, so if you're looking for how to succeed in the business and want to follow in his wrestling footsteps, I'd go with Quackenbush. Funaki can do pretty much anything, but if you want to focus on, say, one or two styles, I would't suggest him.
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This will sound like a real downer. Most of the guys I know that had any success (not a lot but a few) trained in multiple schools. Both schools look good. But the reason I mention this is don't expect just 1 school to be enough.































The reason this is more important then it used to be for aspiring wrestlers is because of the lack of a true territory system. Now instead of having different promotions to work in you kind of have to go to different schools in order to learn to work their areas.
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....you do seem to be obsessed with Chikara. You too can have a silly mask and do silly comedy in small towns in the East.
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